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of late classmate Sybil Shearer, the ac - claimed dancer and choreographer. The August 18 event in Winnetka, IL, was a scholarship fundraiser; you can visit morrisonshearer.org for more. LUCY HERNADY ARNOTI 7425 DEMOCRACY BOULEVARD, APT. 10 BETHESDA, MD 20817-1207 301-469-0333


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A NOTE ABOUT CLASS NOTES


If your class is not listed, please send your class notes to the Alumni Affairs Office, Skidmore College, 815 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-1632.


Class notes are also posted on Skidmore’s public Web site: skidmore.edu/scope.


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mates but would love to put some news in our column. CHARLOTTE STERN ROUBEY THE CEDARS 626 CEDAR CLUB CIRCLE CHAPEL HILL, NC 27517-7215 SKIDDY40@COCHILL.NET


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Alice Mungall Porter says she and her husband are “both in fair shape, consider- ing our ages! Still drive, walk with canes, and I exercise in the pool, weather per- mitting. Our nine grandchildren have


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Peggy Gluck Wolf wonders if any other classmates live in Tucson, AZ?


I received a flyer for a “summer soiree” celebrating the centennial


blessed us with seven great-grandkids, who are all pretty/handsome and smart.” Marion Whiting Brandon sent news


ELIZABETH NORLANDER NEWELL 15 DEANE AVENUE HOLDEN, MA 01520-1314 ECNEWELL@MSN.COM


that Patsy Sullivan Spicer passed away at the Connecticut retirement home where she and Charlie had been living. Marion’s own news: “I’ve just welcomed another baby girl, Hadley, who joins my other great-grandchild, Ella Jane.” Both girls live in Massachusetts. DOROTHY ROMAN GUENTHER 248 PINES LAKE DRIVE WAYNE, NJ 07470-5009 973-835-1869 SYNCHRODOTTIE@AOL.COM


MARY FARMER WOOLLEY


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ics. My art major has stood me in great stead through the years.” BETTY BRYAN ROSENBAUM 150 COOK HILL ROAD, APT. 1105 CHESHIRE, CT 06410-3763 203-271-8805


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EDITH COSGROVE 134 CHURCH STREET SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866-2026 518-587-4460


I have been sick since November. Haven’t heard from any class-


Betty-Lee Schmied Danner now has 12 great-grands. She says,


“Seems the older you get, the more you have to do and the less time to do it in.” Margery Sumergrade Meyer writes, “Of


all the volunteer jobs I’ve had—including PTA, garden club, Planned Parenthood— I’ve enjoyed Literacy Volunteers the most. My past students from Russia and Bulgaria have become my good friends. In fact, the son of one of my students graduated from Skidmore and is now a teacher in the Stamford, CT, school system.” In New York Nettie Ruland West says


she’s “glad to continue teaching violin for Dutchess Community College.” Granddaughter Mariah ’15 is a sopho- more at Skidmore, and granddaughter Maggie is starting at Wagner College. Claire Reese Burrill was sorry to miss Reunion but was on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, on a trip around the world. Virginia Miller Lyon attended her eighth grandchild’s wedding in Connec - ticut. With a birth in June, she now has seven great-grandsons and three great- granddaughters. Nine of the 10 have Lyon in their names.


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